Don't let the name fool you: THC levels are definitely strong in this strain, higher than 20% in some cases, but THC seeds bomb doesn't exactly deliver an explosion. In reality, it's a useful but not exceedingly potent medical choice, name notwithstanding. Use this strain to treat anxiety, stress, chronic pain, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and sleeplessness. The indica-dominant effects (sativa/indica ratio unclear) are perfect for late nights or rainy days – calming and sleepy but also
happy and hungry. That makes THC an effective strain for alleviating clinical lack of appetite. It isn't such a good choice for patients who need CBD to treat seizures or other conditions, as this strain definitely isn't known for its CBD levels. They're not widely reported, and that alone recommends against this strain as a source of this chemical. THC has an earthy, Skunky taste and smell, with an additional sour flavor. The nugs are loose and green with orange hairs. The most likely side effects include dry mouth, dizziness, red eyes, headaches, and paranoia. THC can be found in the Pacific Northwest, Alaska, and Colorado. It's popular enough that it's not hard to find in most places, including the black market. Find out more about p91 strain.
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